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Have you and your fiancé ever left a friend or family member’s wedding and headed straight to the nearest drive thru window? Don’t leave your wedding guests to the same fate! Satisfy guests’ late night cravings with snacks served as your reception is winding down. With an hour or so left, break out sweet and salty snacks. You could also place boxed treats by the door so guests have something to snack on on their way home or have hotel staff place snacks in your guests’ rooms.

Bite Size Snacks

Great late night wedding snacks are small enough to pop in your mouth on the way back to the dance floor. Mix and match sweet and savory with a collection of little snacks:

  • Donut holes
  • Mini churros
  • Soft pretzel bites

Buffalo Favorites

Buffalo’s best foods don’t make the most traditional dinner menu. Serve your favorites as late night wedding snacks.

  • Beef on weck sliders
  • Poutine
  • Stuffed banana pepper dip
  • Wings (or wing dip)

Late Night Classics

Late night party snacks make great additions to your reception. Pay homage to late night (or early morning) pizza runs with your new spouse with your after-dinner menu.

  • Fries (steak, shoestring, waffle and sweet potato)
  • Grilled cheese and tomato soup
  • Specialty pizzas

Sweet Treats

Satisfy guests’ sweet tooth with sugary late night snacks. Not everyone had a piece of your wedding cake, so don’t worry about overwhelming guests.

  • Chocolate chip cookies
  • Chocolate covered Oreos
  • Gourmet donuts
  • Ice cream sandwiches
  • Ice cream sundae bar
  • Milkshakes
  • Macaroons

Food Truck Service

Invite your favorite food truck to stop by and serve up satisfying street food. This is perfect for an outdoor reception with a fire to cozy up to.

  • Cupcakes
  • Gelato
  • Thai spring rolls

Healthy(ish) Ideas

After a satisfying meal and a few drinks, some guests may be craving something lighter. Opt for healthy(ish) late night snacks instead of something overly sweet or salty.

  • Charcuterie board
  • Taco bar

Breakfast for (After) Dinner

Breakfast offers a great combination of both sweet and savory. Serve miniature versions of your favorite breakfast foods for a unique late night snack.

  • Cereal bar
  • Pancakes with syrup
  • Waffle bar